In many ways

In many ways, the process of writing this paper has been a struggle to express that which is inexpressible; it is challenging to articulate the complexity of the spaces between reflection and practice, as well as the complexity of creativity itself. It is hoped that further research will indicate whether the processes of creative reflection can take sufficient cognisance of these complexities to support teachers in recognising and expressing their creativity.
Creativity mainly comes from the person’s faculty and every person’s mind is different. This signifies that the level of creativity varies greatly among individuals.
So then is why I decided